Comment 69999

By jason (registered) | Posted September 23, 2011 at 15:02:30 in reply to Comment 69998

great question. From my view, those who struggle will be helped out the most by having Hamilton become a place of increased economic activity and opportunity. My reference to the post-secondary educated kids is due to the fact that we lose the majority of them to other cities year after year. For someone looking for a job, but not able to travel to the business parks or new suburbs outside the city, economic development along an LRT line is probably a perfect solution for them. 1. The jobs are close by, and right in the city 2. The jobs are easily accessible by LRT and bikes, thereby eliminating the need for a citizen struggling financially to have to add in the expense of a car.

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